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In recent years, the workplace has become increasingly diverse in many areas, including health. As a result, it’s more important than ever before that employers understand their legal obligations and considerations when it comes to accommodating and supporting their staff in the workplace.
In what appears to be a growing trend, employees in the US have been recording themselves being laid-off over video calls. These videos are then posted on social media platforms, drawing attention to the poor treatment of staff and the badly handled situations in large and well-known organisations.
Hiring an intern or inviting someone to undertake work experience at your organisation can provide the candidate with an opportunity to learn whilst also addressing some of your short-term challenges. But what is the difference between the two?
Hiring members of staff from overseas can help you to overcome many of the recruitment challenges facing UK businesses today. In this guide, we highlight some of the key documentation needed for workers from abroad and offer insights into the legal and logistical aspects of international hiring.
Artificial intelligence – such as ChatGPT – promises to change the way we live and work. But are these advanced tools friend or foe to the employer and their employees?
Rates of engagement in the UK have been in decline for several years now, but does that matter? The short answer is yes. The longer one is that when employees are engaged, they are better learners, making your training efforts far more effective.
If an employee feels like they are stagnating at work, they might start looking for alternative employment elsewhere. How do you prevent that from happening? Training and development might just provide the solution.
Whilst the Employment Bill, initially promised by the Government in 2019, has not yet come about, there are some key changes in employment...
In April 2023, the government introduced the Employment Rights Order, a bill that would increase tribunal limits. In this post, we explore what that means for both employers and employees.
Approximately one third of all UK employees believe that they work in a toxic workplace. In this guide, we explore what you, as an employer, can do to foster a healthy, positive, productive environment for your staff.